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Feb. 12, 2010 - A new year with new opportunities for the garden industry. Last year may have been a tough year and 2010 could well be another rough year for those retailers who are not prepared to move forward and experiment with the new ways of marketing their business.
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Opportunities to jump on
Last year may have been a tough year and 2010 could well be another rough year for those retailers who are not prepared to move forward and experiment with the new ways of marketing their business.
We’re at the start of a brand new decade. If the last one was any indication, the next ten years will likely be full of just as many twists and turns. When trying to sum up the last ten years the word “sustainable” comes to mind.
You can give your customers a great place to shop and offer them the highest quality products you can find but if you can’t keep traffic flowing to your garden centre, your efforts are wasted. Marketing is crucial when it comes to running a business – it lets customers know what products they can find at your garden centre and gives them a reason to make a visit.
Jan. 8, 2010, Vineland, Ont. – With major support from OMAFRA’s New Directions Research Program, Dr. Isabelle Lesschaeve, a globally recognized researcher in consumer insights and product innovation at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, is leading a study on consumer response to local, sustainable and organic food claims.
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What are your predictions for 2010?

With 2009 now a thing of the past, it's time to look ahead at the coming year. What are your predictions for 2010? What trends are you planning to buy for?
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The top eight gardening trends for 2010
Each new calendar year brings its own changes, some of which are more conspicuous than others. Here's a look at what a consumer gardening magazine is predicting.
Jan. 4, 2010 - I recently spoke at the New Zealand Nursery Conference and mentioned we need to be seen as the garden experts, a source of knowledge, trust and credibility. At the same time we need to address the needs and wants of each target group in our community.
EDITOR'S BLOG

The business of 'sustainability'

The issue of sustainability is continuing to evolve, and the greenhouse industry will be challenged to keep up with consumer expectations.
The issue of sustainability is continuing to evolve, and the greenhouse industry will be challenged to keep up with consumer expectations.
Nov. 18, 2009 –  The 2009 edition of Garden & Floral Expo in Toronto took place Oct. 20-21, 2009. The show featured a ‘Green for Life Stage’ where seminars and presentations took place during the event.
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Rodger Tschanz on vegetable garden movement
The 2009 edition of Garden & Floral Expo in Toronto took place Oct. 20-21, 2009. The show featured a "Green for Life Stage" where seminars and presentations took place during the event.
Nov. 10, 2009 - Public relations firm Garden Media Group has just released its annual trends report to show what they anticipate will be hot for 2010.
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Garden Media Group releases 2010 trends

Public relations firm Garden Media Group has just released its annual trends report to show what it anticipates will be hot for 2010.
Oct. 19, 2009, Toronto — Retailers, landscape contractors, and growers can discover the trends in vegetables and plants that will make their 2010 spring sales blossom at this week’s Garden & Floral Expo at the Toronto Congress Centre.
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